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Planned closures of the A329M

Alert message sent 29/05/2019 15:34:00

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Information received from Wokingham Borough Council Traffic & Travel
 
There will be an overnight road closure in place on the A329(M) from Monday 3 June for 5 nights between 8pm and 6am in both directions.

During these times the A329(M) will be closed Bracknell bound from the Winnersh Triangle (showcase Cinema) junction to the M4/A329(M) On Slip,  and Reading bound, between the A329(M)/ M4 Slip roads only.
This will mean that vehicles will not be able to travel along the A329(M) between Wokingham (Coppid Beach roundabout) and Winnersh in either direction. It also means that vehicles travelling towards Bracknell will not be able to join the M4 at junction 10.
These closures will enable Wokingham Borough Council contractors to undertake maintenance work in safety. During the same period, Highways England contractors will be working collaboratively with the council to also carry out their works associated with the delivery of the M4 SMART motorways project.
 
For detail of this road closure and others check out the “Wokingham Borough Council’s Travel & Traffic”  page on Facebook.
 
Please feel free to share this information with family, friends, and work colleagues.

from,
Jon Morris
Neighbourhood Police Administrator 
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Jon Morris (Police, Administrator, Bracknell)

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